7 Tanjong Pagar Plaza
#02-102
Singapore 081007

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Delicious drink, fantastic service and great ambience 👍 definitely a nice place to chillax . They take customers' feedback seriously as well. Initially their original Thai milk tea was rather tasteless and immediately , they replaced with Thai green milk tea. And WOAH ! It's delicious.

The Chendol was smooth. The milky base had a hint of jasmine taste in it. The let down turned out to be the black pearl which was all lumped together in a chunk.
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Kanoom
Address : Blk 7 Tanjong Pagar Plaza, # 02-102, Singapore 081007
Tel : 9092 1012
Open :
Mon-Thu, Sat : 10.30am-8pm
Fri : 10.30am-10pm

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Tucked away on the second floor of Tanjong Pagar Plaza, this homely little Thai dessert café decked out in wood and Thai-themed ornaments is a lovely spot to relax with a sweet treat. It serves a wide variety of sweets like the classic Mango Sticky Rice ($6.00), but it is the unique gems like the Jasmine Jelly ($4.50) that you should really try. This humble-looking jelly sits atop shaved ice, and other condiments such as red ruby and tapioca pearls, providing a chewy bite against the soft, yielding jelly. For a light tea-time snack, go for their steamed bread served with a variety of dips, such as the Steamed Bread with Durian dip ($5) — the potent flavour of the fruit is carried by a creamy, smooth spread that really is quite irresistible.

If you are in for a light tea break, Kanoom also serves steam bread with a variety of dips. While the bread feels as if it's from a neighbourhood bakery, it's served warm, steamed to pillowy soft texture. Durian dip, served warm was pungent, yet smooth and creamy without feeling any bit artificial. They were rather generous with the dip, which was enough for the eight cubes of bread it cones served with. For milk tea lovers, they also have a Cha Yen dip which looks worth a try!

Checking out this newly opened Thai dessert cafe at Tanjong Pagar Plaza at the second floor. Jelly come served sitting atop shaved ice, with massive of goodies such as Red Ruby and pearls which makes it subtly sweet, chewy with a little bit of floral fragrance similar to Jasmine green tea. Love the thoughtfulness behind the shaved ice, which helps to keep the jelly cool even after a while.

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In order to serve them to you, the chef had put in lots of passion,love and effort in making them.

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